Margaret Ogilvy, by J.M. Barrie.--The Dolly dialogues, by A. Hope.--The happy journey to Trenton and Camden, by T. Wilder.--A doctor of the old school, by I. Maclaren.--My little boy, by C. Ewald.--Mary White, by W.A. White.--Mr. Fortune's maggot, by Sylvia T. Warner.--The children's crusade, by M. Schwob.--The Schartz-Metterklume method, by Saki (H.H. Munro)--The Trawnbeighs, by C.M. Flandrau.--Kamongo, by H.W. Smith.--The bar sinister, by R.H. Davis.--The whistlers' room, by P.... Topics: American prose literature, English prose literature, English prose literature
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The Chinese in California.--The Japanese in California.--Mexicans and Indians.--America and the alien.--The South and the Negro.--Negro education.--Prejudice or progress.--Appendix. Note on Filipino immigration.--Bibliography (p. 197-203) Topics: African Americans, Asians -- United States, Mexicans -- United States, Indians of North America --...
Foreword, by Alexander Woollcott -- Preface to "All men are brothers", by Shih Nai-an -- The lady's maid's bell, by Edith Wharton -- Joe, by Gustav Eckstein -- A Christmas garland, by Max Beerbohm -- The portrait of M. M., by D. H. Lawrence -- Two friends, by Willa Cather -- Cakes and ale, or, The skeleton in the cupboard, by W. S. Maugham -- Boswell and the girl from Botany bay, by F. A. Pottle -- The golden age, by Kenneth Grahame -- Peter Rugg, the missing man, by William Austin --... Topics: American prose literature, English prose literature